Conscious Fashion

The Ministry of Tomorrow (MOT) is a luxury Eco-Fashion House that supports important environmental and social developments around the world. Founded in 2011, MOT designs garments and accessories and produces them in facilities that provide fair wage jobs in impoverished communities.

MOT’s flagship factory is based in Nairobi, Kenya just outside of Kibera, one of Africa’s largest slums. This MOT-built facility sponsors skilled tailors who are recruited from within Kibera to make designer women’s and men’s bags, creating sustainable livelihoods for its employees. The employees at the bag factory are able to work in a safe, comfortable, and clean environment. 

Woman’s empowerment is another MOT core initiative, exemplified by Gertrude "Michelle" Aricha, who has been sponsored by MOT to fully own and operate the factory that produces the company’s bags. Michelle in turn employs tailors from Kibera to produce the luxury bags for MOT.

The fabrics MOT utilizes are cruelty free (no animal products), and or 100% Certified Organic and Fair Trade cotton. The cotton for example is sourced from Rajlakshmi Mills in Kolkata India that buys its cotton from the Chetna Organic Farmers Association a collective of more than 6,000 organic cotton farmers. The farmers growing the cotton are paid a fair price for their crop, are not exposed to harmful pesticides, and the organic farming methods do not contaminate the earth.

 Responsible commerce is our way of doing business. Our products are produced with respect for the earth and humankind. We closely examine the supply chain at each step of production and amp up the goodness associated with the raw materials that go into our products and for the people who make them. Therefore, social and environmental activism is woven into the fabric of our products. 

 We are ushering in a new era in fashion, one in which people, animals and the planet are not harmed. We call this conscious fashion.

The purchase of MOT products enables sustainable development by providing income generating opportunities for people in marginalized places of the world.

MOT promotes responsible commerce and represents a new frontier in business that is based on love for all living beings.

MOT Ethos and Products

Quality and Design

MOT defines luxury through a new expression of imaginative design that is elegant and at the same time distinctive and functional. MOT’s fashion statement is: “Awe-inspiring works of art”.  MOT bags are hand-crafted by skilled tailors who are proudly devoted to producing exceptional quality bags.

Job Creation

MOT’s flagship project is located in Nairobi, Kenya just outside of Kibera, one of Africa’s largest slums. This MOT-built facility sponsors skilled tailors who are recruited from within Kibera to make designer unisex bags, creating sustainable livelihoods for its employees. The employees at the bag factory are paid fair wages, receive bonuses based on quality production and are able to work in a safe, comfortable, and clean environment.

Woman's Empowerment 

Woman’s empowerment is a core MOT objective, exemplified by Gertrude "Michelle" Aricha, who has been sponsored by MOT to fully own and operate the factory that produces the company’s bags. Michelle in turn employs the tailors from Kibera to produce the luxury bags exclusively for MOT.

Sustainable Materials

The fabrics MOT utilizes are cruelty free (no animal products), and or 100% Certified Organic and Fair Trade cotton. The cotton for example is sourced from Rajlakshmi Mills in Kolkata, India that buys its cotton from the Chetna Organic Farmers Association a collective of more than 6,000 organic cotton farmers. The farmers growing the cotton are paid a fair price for their crop, are not exposed to harmful pesticides, and the organic farming methods do not contaminate the earth.

Social and Environmental Activism 

Social and environmental activism is woven into the fabric of MOT’s products. MOT products are produced with respect for the earth and humankind. The company closely examines the supply chain at each step of production. Responsible commerce is MOT’s way of doing business.